Japan PM set to expand virus emergency

Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga is set to expand a state of emergency against the Covid-19 pandemic for the Greater Tokyo area to include Osaka, Kyoto and Hyogo prefectures, informed sources said on Tuesday. Continue Reading

All neighbourhoods in Chennai now have less than 1,000 Covid-19 cases

In yet another sign of Covid-19 curve flattening in the city, no zone in Chennai now has more than 1,000 cases. This morning, the total positive cases dropped to 11,107. Continue Reading

4 areas in Chennai have more than 1,000 Covid-19 cases

Chennai has been seeing a dip in coronavirus cases. Yesterday six areas had high numbers of  Covid-19 and this morning it is reported that there are four areas with more than 1,000 infections. Continue Reading

Covid-19: India records highest single-day spike of 20,903 cases

As days goes on, there seems to be no respite from coronavirus in India, if has to go by the reports. Continue Reading

Corona affected TN Minister’s health condition stable: Doctors

Doctors have said the health condition of Tamilnadu Higher Education Minister, KP Anbazhagan, who has tested positive for coronavirus, is stable. Continue Reading

Chennai marching towards 50,000 Covid-19 cases

Despite aggressive testing and a strict lockdown, the Covid-19 cases continue to surge. The death toll in the city due to the novel Coronavirus has touched 694. Continue Reading

Corona cases and deaths on rise in Chennai

The novel Coronavirus has been spreading rampantly not just in the congested neighbourhoods of Chennai, but also in upscale localities. Continue Reading

Tamilnadu inches towards 60,000 Covid-19 cases

Tamilnadu, which is currently in the second spot in the country’s Covid-19 numbers, added over 2,500 new cases on Sunday, taking it near the 60,000 mark. Continue Reading

Royapuram inches towards 6,000 covid-19 cases

The city has recorded 38,327 cases of Covid-19. Royapuram, the most badly hit locality, is inching towards 6,000 cases. Currently it has recorded 5,981 cases. Continue Reading